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Governing Matters

NGA’s co-chief executive, Emma Knights reflects on the role NGA plays in influencing policy and practice in this Governing Matters article.

Most of NGA’s time is spent improving our practical resources and professional development offer to support you to govern well. But we also have a role of championing governance and representing your voices, views and experiences at the national level.

This article explores how NGA uses member voices to shape discussion within the education sector, to make the case for governance and highlight the issues that are most important to you.

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